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On normal occasions, the "Twitter" mailbag will solicit questions from its numerous followers for the sporadic foray into answering questions about the Mariners, Major League Baseball and the mysteries of life. But given the general mood and reactions right now on all forms of Mariners social media, and the propensity for the same three or four questions being asked repeatedly or being ...
With the nontender deadline looming for arbitration-eligible players Friday evening, the Mariners were one of multiple teams making trades for players that were likely not to be tendered major league contracts from their teams.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The courtyard area of the Omni resort was largely empty with a few reporters still on site Thursday morning, hoping to perhaps see one of the few non-sick Major League Baseball executives still on the premises for one last conversation and maybe a hint of a hot-stove rumor.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – As media members crowded around Jerry Dipoto in the Tuesday afternoon sunshine, as the small chaos that was American League media availability at the GM meetings started, there were no mentions about winning 54% of the time or questions referring to his regrettable comments at the Mariners end-of-season news conference.
The Mariners knew they were getting a proven power hitter when they signed Nelson Cruz before the 2015 season. But in his four seasons with Seattle, he gave the organization and city so much more than just home runs.
Nov. 2—For the second straight season, the World Series champion comes from the American League West. Can the Mariners can take any solace in the fact that they were eliminated by the eventual World Series champion for the second straight season? Yeah, probably not, since the Texas Rangers moved right past them in the baseball hierarchy. With the World Series finished, a seminal offseason ...
The Arizona Diamondbacks, tantalizingly close to a World Series championship, can pinpoint the turnaround of their season to July 31, when they acquired Paul Sewald from Seattle and rectified a faltering bullpen.